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Old 07-05-2005, 05:00 AM
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I started Keppra 500 i wanted to know if it is a weight gain i will<br>be on 1 Keppra pill at night. I was taking dilantin and gaind a lot of<br>weight and feeling tired. Now i am getting use to taking Keppra mixing<br>it with dilantin to get in in my system then in June i go on 1 Keppra<br>pill at night instead of 4 dilantin pills.<br> Can anyone tell me the side affects about Keppra thanks. It is better<br>for me to take then be on four dilantin pills. I am just nervous taking<br>it. Something new i guess.<br><br> Signed<br> <br> Joan<br> Ps. Does Keppra mess up your periods???
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Old 08-19-2007, 11:25 PM
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Hello Joan! I have been on Keppra for one month now and had terrible PMS (or so I thought...the moods swings were probably a side-effect). I should be on my period now, but I have not had one. This does concern me. I just though you might like to know that someone else out there is having the same problem. Thanks! Melissa
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